2500 RedBack Capability
MAX BRAKED TOWING
Tough 4 x 4
The transfer case in the Ram is exactly what you need for ultra 4x4 capability. The BorgWarner BW 44-46 transfer case features responsive electronic shift on the fly engineering with three operating ranges plus neutral. This impressive unit offers a long range reduction ratio of 2.64:1 – an ideal ratio when off road in a slow rock climbing situation or when using your Ram 4x4 on challenging terrain or steep grades. You need capability and performance that exceeds the need and Ram Heavy Duty trucks are designed to excel.
The Ram 2500 is defined by capability, with standards that allow zero tolerance for compromise or for convention. In front, a unique three-link coil spring suspension. At the back, a class exclusive five link coil spring suspension featuring unique multi-rate coil springs and heavy duty fixed displacement twin tube shock absorbers, both of which are placed in an outboard position that optimizes performance and minimises noise and vibration. Innovative Ram technology delivers it all: phenomenal ride quality, impeccable road manners and unrivalled control. Let the others try to catch up.
The Frame – Uncompromising Support
Whether used for business or pleasure a Ram Heavy Duty gives you the means to master the toughest tasks. The Ram 2500 uses ksi steel with eight tough cross members all contributing to robust towing and hauling. The front and rear sections are produced through hydroforming, a process that ensures durable strength and mass efficiencies. Rail contours are ideally placed for the suspension components and ancillary mounts. The frame strength gives you no-nonsense towing with structural integrity to ensure occupant comfort when hauling big payloads.
The proven ladder frame also features a large front suspension cross member with roll formed centre rail sections in a smart outwardly curved position to improve rear spring and shock placement.
# Includes occupants, fuel and fitted options. The weight of these must be deducted from the payload to determine load carrying capacity. Front and rear axle loads must not be exceeded.